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Panthers have requested an interview with Bengals OC Brian Callahan

Callahan is seen as a rising star in the coaching ranks.

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It is officially the offseason for teams that did not make the NFL Playoffs this season, including the Cincinnati Bengals.

The Bengals finished the season on a high note, defeating the Cleveland Browns in Paycor Stadium over the weekend.

Cincinnati has numerous question marks going into the offseason with guys like Tyler Boyd, Tee Higgins, DJ Reader, Chidobe Awuzie, and others.

The Bengals could also be looking for new coaches as well with the recent success the franchise has had since 2021.

Just a day after the Bengals season ended, offensive coordinator Brian Callahan has been asked to come in for an interview by the Carolina Panthers, according to Ian Pelissero.

Callahan has been a key part of the offensive success, even though head coach Zac Taylor is the play-caller on the sidelines.

The son of Browns offensive line coach Bill Callahan just completed his 14th season in the NFL, the last five being with the Bengals. He came to Cincinnati from the Raiders when Taylor was hired back in 2019.

It will be interesting to see how things develop throughout the offseason this year.